I, too, will be moving back "home" at the end of June. I feel lucky, though, that my son is 2.5 years old. It has given my parents that much longer to get used to the fact that I have chosen my parenting style, I've stuck with it, and my son is a great human being probably in part due to the parenting choices I've made. In other words, they've seen the results over the two and a half years, and they've stopped questioning, among other things, my decisions to co sleep and practice extended breastfeeding. In the earlier days, I guess they still believed they could influence my choices, so they asked lots of questions and offered more "advice." I felt some pressure from them around the time that he turned a year old to wean and put him in his own bed for sleeping. Maybe they just think I'm a lost cause at this point! But for whatever the reason, they've stopped bugging me. So, my suggestion is to just keep doing what you're doing, don't feel like you need to justify or even discuss your parenting decisions and style, and before long, it hopefully won't be an issue any more.